|Raw internal view - a front face will conceal the lower floor|
|mock up with removable items in both upper rooms|
|The removable roof has yet to be constructed|
|Another view of the mock up with removable items in place|
|different style of interior layout with a stray GNW artillerist!|
It is quite a perplexing judgment call - which to seal up and which to leave open. Sealing the building is the easiest way to go and of course makes it far more robust for transportation and storage. Having only in the last few years been turned on to the real possibilities of skirmish gaming it have never bothered me much before.
|overhead view of the upper floor of the Armoury|
|This is the small thatched store room adjacent to the Guard room|
As I had not planned to have removable levels or floors on the buildings my internal access was restricted to single storey buildings or the top floor of multi storey structures.
|beam to support lifting from lower floor with chains installed|
|Mock up with items in place with ladder in outer room shortened and fixed|
|Front face of the armoury fitted - refer to the original sketches below|
|retaining wall added to the staircase which really changes the look|
During the construction process and encouraged by the tremendously positive feedback I have received here on the blog and on TMP I have designed a reinforced tower house attached to the walls. It will occupy the final space on the extreme left of the six foot wall section. I am now also considering extending the walls around a corner bastion towards a second gate.
|Here is where we're up to as at 300915 - one major building to construct on the far left|